POZ December 1994-January 1995

POZ December 1994-January 1995

In every issue of POZ, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.

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Lisa Tiger

Lisa Tiger Shows Her Claws

Lisa Tiger, daughter of Native American artists and product of an all-American childhood, has spread AIDS education and awareness.

Dancing On Your Grave

Donna Minkowitz Gets Close To Fred Phelps, AIDS Funeral Picketer

Man with marijuana in car

Medical Marijuana

Reefer madness?

Judith Light

Judith Light, Hollywood Activist

On an absolutely perfect Sunday afternoon on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, Judith Light’s name is once again mentioned.

Inside the Issue

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Hollow words from a cowardly President

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Spokes Model

Triathlete Jim Howley in the race of his life

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Where We Are, Where We’re Going

One man’s opinion on the troubled state of AIDS

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WORLD’s Champion

Rebecca Denison sees a need and fills it

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It Can’t Happen Here

The horror of facing AIDS in a land of denial

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Tom Villard’s Fall Season

How a Hollywood actor confronts AIDS

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Hollywood & AIDS

In real life, we witness heroism and horror we have never encountered in the movies. Why isn’t that drama up on the screen?

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Going South

Anderson Ferrell’s novel takes on family, heritage and death.

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It Pays To Advertise

Advertising serostatus lifts Lee Mathis’ acting career

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Liquid Lunch

World record holder James Ballard makes a splash

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AIDS In America

Pop culture timeline of AIDS-themed entertainment

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Family Portrait

Photographer Lyle Ashton Harris confronts convention

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The Living End

New Yorkers fight for assisted suicide

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AIDS Zen: A Visit to the Hospital

Heavy rain outside has no effect in here.

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Hollywood’s AIDS Moguls

These powerful men -- who determine so much of what happens in Hollywood -- have made a genuine commitment to AIDS.

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Sex: Love Among the Ruins

When hospitals become the next sexual playpen

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Life: Hospitals Are Our Jails

The time for madness is now

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Media: I Want My HIV

MTV scores again while Sports Illustrated goes down swinging

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The Arts: A View with a Room

How one living room changed a neighborhood

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My View: Shifting Gears

How ’80s-style AIDS activism fails us in the ’90s

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POZ Insider

Beware the reckless headline writer

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Call To Arms: Why Activism Matters

Some insurance companies are covering alternative health care

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Checking In: Caro Diario

How one doctor tackles her own HIV 

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How Do You Really Feel?

Elizabeth Taylor’s bravura; President Clinton’s shame


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